More Information on Defense Language Institute Korean Courses
The DLI Korean Basics course is written primarily for use in an intensive language program of twenty or more hours per week; but it can also be used for other situations, such as a language program which one or more part-time students attend class for three to six hours per week, or for individual study with the aid of recorded audios.
Ideally the course should be completed with the assistance of a trained Korean tutor in order to get the most benefit out of it.... Read Full Description
The Korean SOLT workbooks are compliments for the Modules 1-6 of the Korean SOLT language course. They contain additional exercises that will help the learner cement what they have learned.... Read Full Description
The first three modules of the Korean SOLT course cover the basics of the Korean language. This includes topics such as basic pronunciation, alphabet and the ability to communicate is basic daily situations.... Read Full Description
These three modules build on the 1st SOLT Korean modules. They contain more in depth discussions of language used in daily interactions in Korean, but also start covering vocabulary specific to military (geared towards US military) based on the Korean peninsula. ... Read Full Description